When browsing Netflix for my next fix, I stumbled upon the CW’s ‘Reign.’ Netflix gives a sparse overview of the show saying, “Mary, Queen of Scots faces political intrigue in the treacherous world of the French Court.” That overview alone made me not want to watch it for a long time.
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There are countless "tips and tricks" on how to up your studying ante during finals week, but not many consider these little gems of advice. The food you eat or chew on is actually a big part of how your brain recieves, stores, and processes information. For example, foods that
Tamales just might be the best food ever created. Tamales have a rich history and can be traced back as early as 5000 BC. They served as a nutritious and portable food for Aztec, Mayan, and Incan warriors. In making tamales, you are not just making and sharing food, you
Looking for a place to add to your road trip list this holiday break? Many would reccomend going to St. Charles and experiencing their plethora of historic Christmas celebrations. About ten minuets west of St. Louis, historic downtown St. Charles has been a Missouri tourist attraction for over 40 years.
Once Kevin Durant shocked the world with his announcement to leave OKC and join the already stacked Golden State Warriors, we weren’t sure how things would look for the Thunder but we did know one thing for sure, this was Russel Westbrook’s team. Now the clear superstar in OKC, Russel
Check out Week 1 of our new Podcast, "Playback" where Max Ghasemi and Adam Frazier discuss the latest in music. https://soundcloud.com/phs-view/playback-week-1mp3
I'm sure most people are aware of the awesome dog park in downtown Kansas City, but has anyone ever thought to make one on the other side of the river? Now they've finally done it! Platte County's newest park opened in downtown parkville; dangerously close to the ever-so-popular English Landing
A group of students, combined from both the Newspaper and Yearbook staff, traveled to the JEA/NSPA Journalism Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana last week. On a bus crammed in with other schools such as Winnetonka and Oak Park, they left South at around 10 a.m. Wednesday morning. Upon arrival in Indy,
Birth control: a small pill taken once a day or an injection once every few months to help prevent pregnancy or to regulate a woman’s menstrual cycle. Common side effects include depression, mood swings, cramps, bloating, acne and a few more. According to guttmacher.org, nearly 100% of women between the